194 restaurants in Nottingham
Restaurants in Nottingham:
The Cornerhouse, Forman Street, Nottingham, NG1 4AA [Map]
If the rascally Sheriff of Nottingham was still around he would surely relish the sweeping views of his fiefdom afforded by Saltwater, perched on top of the Warner cinema complex, with outside eating as an option in summer. The food, though modern British, suffers nothing in the transition from more traditional fare, and the facility to create your own dishes is a novel approach, especially as the results will served on the square plates in use throughout the restaurant. The chargrill approach reigns supreme here, though not to the exclusion of all else. A hot and sour chicken soup with coriander and shitake mushrooms sets the scene and the fish soup, which stops short of being a chowder is blessed with chilli aioli and gruyere cheese. The Caesar salad is has roasted garlic as an important feature and a caramelised five onion tart comes with Stilton from down the road a bit, and asparagus butter.
A consideration which may make you think very seriously in favour of the chargrill is their policy of hanging all red meat on the bone for not less than 28 days. As a result the steaks are memorable. The chargrilled fillet of red snapper, and black tiger tail prawns are but two of the fish dishes, well supplemented by the fish of the day as nature and the market dictates. My eye, and appetite was drawn to a great favourite, the Louisiana jambalaya, made with chicken and chorizo as its two main ingredients. Puddings maintain the eclectic approach with sunburnt lemon tart and a passion fruit coulis and the
chocolate pudding, served warm with Macadamia nut and caramel ice cream.
The wine list has benefited from a major overhaul, with wine by the glass or bottles from £12. many above the £20 mark.
No children under after 7pm.
20 Park Row, Nottingham, NG1 6GR [Map]
Burntstump Country Park, Burntstump Hill, Nottingham, NG5 8PQ [Map]
The Nottingham Gateway Hotel, Nuthall Road, Nottingham, NG8 6AZ [Map]
Modern and conveniently located, The Nottingham Gateway is an AA three-star hotel three miles from the city centre and just one from the M1 motorway. The refuge's strongest points lie in its conference facilities that can make up to 250 guests feel at ease, and in its top-notch Strings Bar and Bows Gallery Restaurant.
With crisp white walls and colourful canvases, splashes of red with beige and black leather seating, the refurbished restaurant offers a sleek and luxurious ambience. Enjoy beautiful views through floor to ceiling windows, and feast on dishes from a new European menu.
Starters encompass a chicken liver and smoked bacon parfait served with a plum and vanilla chutney and toasted focaccia, while a selection of freshly roasted meats, fish and homemade pies make up the main course list.
The bar offers a bistro style menu of hand-cut sandwiches, light snacks, and homemade pizza. You could relax over a glass of wine, browse the internet, or sit back and enjoy live sporting events there.
8 Broad Street, Nottingham, NG1 3AL [Map]
The word Kayal refers to the serene backwaters of the South Indian state of Kerala, frequently referred to as 'God's own country' due to its breathtaking natural beauty. Opening in 2008, in Nottingham, Kayal was probably the first authentic South Indian seafood restaurant in the Midlands and introduced people to this Asian coastal cuisine.
Start your meal with a soothing drumstick soup, known for its medicinal qualities in ayurveda, spicy lamb cubes with onions, black pepper, ginger and green chillies, or batter fried boiled egg served with chutney. Main courses of thrilling prawn dishes cooked in a thick sauce with coconut, ginger and curry leaves; pomfret covered with specially made spicy paste, wrapped with banana leaf and steam cooked, and vegetarian specials of stew and a pea mushroom curry can be accompanied by steamed or coconut rice, or the traditional Indian breads. Trust a pudding of rice payasam to help you sign off in style.
Complementing the food, wines, beer and champagnes are to hand.
Pierrepont Road, Lady Bay, Nottingham, NG2 5DX [Map]
British, European, Pub
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